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    My 1980 R100T. Don't let the starter cover, air box, and valve covers fool you. I like the retro look. But surprise! When I went to peel off the BMW engine name plate from my original modern starter cover I found that is was cast as part of the cover. Once I source the proper name plate I will replace the R75/6 still on the starter cover. Search in progress.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daz View Post
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    My 1980 R100T. Don't let the starter cover, air box, and valve covers fool you. I like the retro look. But surprise! When I went to peel off the BMW engine name plate from my original modern starter cover I found that is was cast as part of the cover. Once I source the proper name plate I will replace the R75/6 still on the starter cover. Search in progress.
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    Quote Originally Posted by daz View Post
    My 1980 R100T. Don't let the starter cover, air box, and valve covers fool you. I like the retro look. But surprise! When I went to peel off the BMW engine name plate from my original modern starter cover I found that is was cast as part of the cover. Once I source the proper name plate I will replace the R75/6 still on the starter cover. Search in progress.
    I don't remember that the engine badges were cast into the cover...they should be held on with factory glue unless someone has changed things on your bike:

    https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/sho...34#51141257535

    Plus, how does an '80 R100T have a badge for a R75/5 or /6??
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    Quote Originally Posted by 20774 View Post
    I don't remember that the engine badges were cast into the cover...they should be held on with factory glue unless someone has changed things on your bike:

    https://www.realoem.com/bmw/enUS/sho...34#51141257535

    Plus, how does an '80 R100T have a badge for a R75/5 or /6??
    I guess I wasn't clear enough. My 1980 R100T had the new style starter cover, etc. I wanted the older style. I switched those parts from a /6. The newer cover had the badges cast on it. So I CAN remove the /6 badge but I have no newer badge to take its place on my retro starter cover. They are available from older R100s but I have not sourced a set yet.

    Just to make my bike look a little retro. I like the look better.

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    So my I.T. guy (a Harley rider, actually) had it figured out in two minutes.
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    They must have done a bit of a revamp as it used to be I could only upload small photos from my SmugMug but now large is no issue.
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    Quote Originally Posted by skibum69 View Post
    They must have done a bit of a revamp as it used to be I could only upload small photos from my SmugMug but now large is no issue.
    It's been some time now that the sizes for uploading have been updated...I don't remember where that was discussed. But if you go to this thread:

    https://forums.bmwmoa.org/showthread...-the-MOA-Forum

    and look at post #12 and 13, you can see one way to upload pictures. In post #13, you see a screen which gives the limits to the size of picture that can be uploaded. The picture in that post might be a little outdated, but the new limits can be seen below. As you can see, the size of a picture (JPEG, JPG) can be nearly 5Mb in size with pixel dimensions of 2000 by 2000. If you keep the size below those limits, you can upload a fairly sizeable picture.
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